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Issue № 79. April 2020

Quantitative Evaluation of Regional Intangible Resources Potential (Example of the Southern Federal District)

Lydia S. Leontieva, Vasilina V. Smirnova

Lydia S. Leontieva — DSc (Economics), Professor of the Department of Regional and Municipal Management, Lomonosov Moscow state University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: lldom@mail.ru

Vasilina V. Smirnova — post-graduate student, Lomonosov Moscow state University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: vasilina.smirnova95@gmail.com

In the crisis context, the necessary conditions for socio-economic development are the costs reduction and the search for additional regional resources. All of them can be provided by accumulating regional intangible resources development. In the article, intangible resources are considered as the main factor of increasing the degree of socio-economic development. Managing the potential of socio-economic development is the leading countries of the world policies priority (USA, Japan, Singapore, Australia, etc.). Despite the existing positive externalities of public investment in intangible resources, in Russia an intangible resources management system is just developing. In order to form a methodology for assessing regional intangible resources potential the authors analyzed existing approaches to the index analysis of regional intangible resources development in the context of intangible resources groups. Also in the article, the authors presented and tested a method for the total regional intangible resources potential assessing. The estimation of intangible resources of the Southern Federal district (with the exception of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol due to their special status) is presented. The Southern Federal district regions are classified by the level of intangible resources usage and then the analysis of the regional resources potential levels of the Southern Federal district regions is carried out. A variety of cognitive methods, including the method of statistical analysis, the method of complex analysis, the method of comparative analysis was used.

Keywords

Regional intangible resources, regional intangible resources evaluation methods, intangible resources total potential index, regional management.

DOI: 10.24411/2070-1381-2020-10057

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